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LNG a win-win

I’m very pleased that the LNG plants planned for northern B.C. will mostly be powered by clean, renewable energy. This is a competitive edge that B.C. has over other prospective LNG suppliers, all of whom are eager to enter the lucrative Asian LNG marketplace.

LNG is by far the cleanest of all fossil fuels and it’s far better as an energy source than the dirty coal that countries like China and India are currently burning at an alarming rate to power their economic growth.

Plus, by developing B.C.’s clean, renewable energy sources to help power the province’s job-creating LNG industry we will be creating thousands of additional jobs, a major win-win for B.C. and for the world.

 

Charles Davis, White Rock

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